|General Electric Refrigerator Commercial (1952)|
1952 Commercial for General Electric Refrigerators. Useful for documentries on the 50's.
Keywords: General Electric; Refrigerator; Commercial; Fifties; 50's; 1950's; Classic; GE; Stock Footage
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|The Vampire Bat - Spooky Opening Scene - Majestic Pictures|
Many have remarked just how spooky and atmospheric the opening scene of "The Vampire Bat" really is. Taken in the context of the year it was produced, we quite agree. Here it is in its entirety. There are a lot of uses for this clip. Let your imagination run wild.
Keywords: stock footage; historic; 1933; classic movies; The Vampire Bat; vampires; spooky
|Cowboy Shoots At Audience - Thomas Edison|
This is the last scene in Edwin S. Porter's "The Great Train Robbery," when the leader of the outlaws, played by Justus D. Barnes, empties his pistol at the audience. It cause quote a fright in theaters because no one had seen anything like it before. The Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division Rights information here: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/papr/west/westres.html http://www.loc.gov/homepage/legal.html
Keywords: stock footage; historic; 1903; classic films; The Great Train Robbey; Barnes, Justus D. (1862-1946); outlaw; western movie
|Nosferatu - The Vampire Aboard Ship - Prana Film|
The first mate disturbs the vampire;s sleep, with disasterous results. Max Schreck as Count Orleck Max Nemetz as the Captain Eric Van Vale as the First Mate The complete film can be found at: http://www.archive.org/details/nosferatu
Keywords: stock footage; classic movie; 1922; Nosferatu; Count Dracula; Vampire; occult; Schreck, Max (1879-1936); Nemetz, Max (1857-1924; Van Vale, Eric (?-?); ship; German Expressionism
|The Phantom Of The Opera - Unmasking Scene - Universal Pictures|
This is the famous scene when Christine (played by Mary Philbin) unmasks the Phantom, Erik (played by Lon Chaney). This scene scared audiences so badly that, according to some old timers I talked to, there was a sharp increase in sales of replacement theater seats. No kidding!
Keywords: stock footage; historic; 1925; classic movies; The Phantom Of The Opera; Universal Pictures; Chaney, Lon (1883-1930); Philbin, Mary (1903-1993)
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|"Things To Come" - Montage - Alexander Korda|
In 1936, director William Cameron Menzies, editor William Hornbeck, and composer Sir Arthur Bliss, pooled their considerable talents and created what is possibly (at least, I think) the most powerful two minutes and 22 seconds ever put on film -- the prophetic montage from Alexander Korda's "Things To Come." It is an exercise in contrasts between war and peace. How can this clip fit into your anti-war project? Let your imagination run away with you...
Keywords: stock footage; historic; 1936; classic movies; Things To Come; montage; editing; war; Christmas; Menzies, William Cameron (1896-1957); Bliss, Sir Arthur (1891-1975); Hornbeck, William (1901-1983)